Step Up Your Family Game

Are you still working on your 2017 New Year Resolutions List? (Capitalizing that made it look so “legit” don’t you think?) I, for one, tend to achieve my goals more easily when I have someone on-hand to hold me accountable. You too? Then, why not set goals for the new year as a family? (So [ keep reading ]

Children and Divorce: Helping Them Sift Through Emotions

In a perfect world, boy meets girl, they get married, raise a family and spend the rest of their lives committed to one another is a joyful, challenging, sometimes sorrowful, always sacred journey. If this article were being posted a mere three or four decades ago, readers would expect nothing less. Much has changed in [ keep reading ]

More Hygge, Please!

Still trying to figure out how to pronounce the second word in the title? It’s “hoo-gah,” and it’s a Danish word. Really, it’s more than a mere word. It’s an ideal or philosophy or lifestyle or – all of the above. Have you ever read something that causes you to exclaim, “Yes! That’s me! That’s [ keep reading ]

Good Night, Sleep Tight

Sleep is highly underrated. College students brag about pulling all-nighters as they cram for finals and post endless arrays of selfies on Snapchat and Instagram. Party-goers slink into work with bloodshot eyes, popping handfuls of ibuprofen, telling co-workers of their all-night adventures on the town. Teenagers (and many pre-teens even) brag about sleepovers where they [ keep reading ]

Old Traditions to Ring in a New Year

Although, it hardly seems possible, we are days away from New Year’s Eve, 2016. This day has always been a sorrowful joy for me – sorrowful, because one of my brothers died on that day back in 1978 – joyful because I am thankful for my blessings and look forward to making new memories with [ keep reading ]

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